Deutsche Bank extends leveraged loan CDS market

The bank goes from trading bilaterally to launching LLCDS market

Deutsche Bank's London office has begun to trade credit default swaps based on European leveraged loans, or LLCDS. The German bank had executed single trades before, but is now actively making markets and showing pricing runs for more than 20 names.

Marcus Schuler, head of integrated credit marketing in London, says Deutsche traded with a number of counterparties in late March; contracts referencing electrical parts company Rexel and chemicals firms Basell and Ineos are among the most popular

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